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THEOREMA - Winter Sessions

Theorema presents the Permanent Seminar on Philosophy - Winter Sessions. This event brings together important Hispanic philosophers, specialists in different areas of philosophy. We will discuss topics such as free will, conscience, social metaphysics, narrative fiction, among others.
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THEOREMA - Winter Sessions

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18 Aug 2020, 13:30 – 22 Sept 2020, 15:30
Facebook Live

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Theorema presents the Permanent Seminar on Philosophy - Winter Sessions . This event brings together important Hispanic philosophers, specialists in different areas of philosophy. We will discuss topics such as free will, conscience, social metaphysics, narrative fiction, among others. We will have six sessions, every Tuesday between August 18 and September 22 :

Agustín Rayo (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) The ultra-light conception of objects August 18, 1:30 pm (8:30 pm GMT + 1)

Carlos Montemayor (San Francisco State University) Attention and Awareness August 25, 1:30 pm (8:30 pm GMT + 1)

Carolina Sartorio (University of Arizona) Causation, free will and responsibility September 1, 5:30 pm (0:30 am GMT + 1)

Gabriel Uzquiano (University of Southern California) Group Metaphysics and Social Metaphysics September 8, 5:30 pm (0:30 am GMT + 1)

Manuel García Carpintero (University of Barcelona) Fictional storytellers in literature and films September 15, 10 am (5:00 pm GMT + 1)

Jennifer Morton (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) The ethical cost of upward mobility September 22, 10 am (5:00 pm GMT + 1)

All sessions will be held virtually and will be broadcast live on Facebook Live. You can join the broadcast of any of the sessions through our page! We will take some questions from the Facebook Live audience.

Would you be interested in joining the virtual meetings to be able to participate directly in the discussion? We have enabled a limited number of places. To request one, you just have to enter the following link https://bit.ly/2BYVmiN , fill in your information (you need a gmail account), tell us a little more about why you are interested and upload a philosophical text of your authorship (essay, course work, chapter of your thesis, blog post, etc).

For any questions, do not hesitate to write to us at contacto@theorema.pe . We will wait for you!

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